byConnolly, R. Hugh (Richard Hugh), 1873-1948, ed. and tr; Syrian Orthodox Church. Liturgy and ritual; Codrington, H. W. (Humphrey William). b. 1879; George, Bp. of the Arabs, d. 724; Moses bar Kēphā, 813?-903
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Syrian Orthodox Church (Jacobite). Offices for halfway day of the Fast. Hymnary for the ferias of the Annunication and for the feast of the Nativity Topics: Manuscript, Syriac Manuscript, Syrian Orthodox Church, St. Mark's Monastery (Jerusalem)
The martyrology of Rabban Sliba. One of the most important resources for the study of Syriac hagiography, edited by the great Bollandist, Paul Peeters. P. Peeters, ''Le martyrologe de Rabban Sliba'', Analecta Bollandiana 27 (1908): 129-200. Topics: syriac, syriac hagiography, oriens christianus, paul peeters, bollandists, saints, church...
This is the microfiche supplement to Andrew Palmer's Monk and Mason on the Tigris Frontier.Palmer, Andrew, Monk and Mason on the Tigris Frontier: The Early History of Tur ‘Abdin. University of Cambridge Oriental Publications 39. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990.OCLC Number: 615069910"Contains a critical edition and annotated translation of the Qartmin Trilogy, being the Lives of Samuel of Esun, Simeon of Qartmin and Gabriel of Bet Qustan and a copy made by Kenʻan, the son... Topics: syriac, middle eastern christianity, tur 'abdin, syrian orthodox church, andrew palmer, oriens...
The arabic text of Barsoum's classic history of Syriac literature--one of the most important ever written in any language Topics: syriac, syriac language, arabic, christian arabic, syriac history, syriac literature, history of...
Palmer, Andrew, Monk and Mason on the Tigris Frontier: The Early History of Tur ‘Abdin. University of Cambridge Oriental Publications 39. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990.This book is placed on archive.org with the permission of Andrew Palmer, who received the copyright to his book back from CUP. Topics: syriac, syriac history, middle eastern christianity, tur abdin, oriens christianity, middle eastern...
Table of ContentsEditorialMain Theme: Christian Orient: The States and Interconfessional RelationsArmeniacaGayane Khachatryan. The Bible and the Royal Power: Legitimation of the Bagratid Dynasty in Medieval Armenian HistoriographyZaroui Pogossian. State and Religion: Foundation and Patronage of Monasteries as a Method of Territory Control in 9th c. ArmeniaSyro-Iranica et Syro-MongolicaSergey Minov. Zoroastrian Mythological Motifs and the Phenomenon of Christian Acculturation in Sasanian... Topics: legitimation of power, the Bagratid dynasty, historical, memory, constructing the past, medieval...